This activity is aimed at year 5 and above. Bushwalks out of Camp Jungai allow groups the chance to engage with nature. Tracks in the Rubicon State Forest lead anywhere from local campsites to Rubicon Falls to Morris Lookout. There is also opportunity to see native flora and fauna.
This activity is aimed at year 5 and above. The DELWP maintains three local camping areas within 3kms of Camp Jungai. We utilize two of these campsites throughout the year for off-site camping with client groups.
This activity is aimed at year 3 and above. Participants are taught safety and basic paddle strokes for canoeing on flat water before going out for a spin on our on-site dam. These forward paddle strokes, as well as turning and reversing prepares the group for some games where that manoeuvring comes in handy.
This activity is aimed at year 3 and above. The aim of this session is to create real, sustainable change and it’s as simple as providing participants with the knowledge and skills to improve what people eat, act locally, understand where your water comes from and where your waste goes, questioning consumerism and packaging. We discuss the possibilities of embracing change, trying something new and choosing curiosity over certainty in food and life.
This Activity is aimed at year 3 and above. Set amongst the trees, our low elements might look easy initially, but it tests participants as they work together to traverse across each element, promoting balance and motor skills, as well as encouraging communication and teamwork in the spotting done by the remaining participants.
This activity is aimed at prep and above. A trail that meanders along the Rubicon River starting opposite the Rubicon Hydroelectric plant and completing a loop through tea tree and eucalyptus scrub. Along the way out facilitators will engage the students in activities to connect with the environment.
This activity is aimed at year 5 and above even adults can find it hard to build this one. Using large plastic barrels, wooden planks and ropes, groups will employ teamwork, planning and communication skills to build either a raft…or a “creation”. Knot-tying skills are learnt, and a good time is had by all, either braving a test or just observing whether their raft will float or not.
More Activities being added soon
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